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Old 06-20-2012, 05:22 AM   #1
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Advice for a young Jeeper?

I'm relatively new to the forum, and was just wondering where to start on making my Jeep into the ultimate vehicle (for me). I am 16 years old, got my license last March so I've only been driving for a few months.

My Jeep is a 2004 yellow TJ with 37k miles, 5 speed, 4 cylinder, with almost everything stock. We've only done a few small things, like 2 KC lights on winshield brackets, and seat covers and floormats.

I'm just looking for ideas on where to start, what things to change/upgrade, what to start saving my money for. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Look for threads like these. Fun and budget friendly ideas for your jeep

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i would suggest you modify based on your needs. if you need clearance to run 33" tires, then modify accordingly. if you don't take it off road, leave it alone. it's all in what you want to do with it. what do you plan on using it for?
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Just make it it your own, you don't need some telling you to buy this or that. Do your research and do it right that first time. But I would start out with small things first
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First mod - trail ride as it sits right now. Figure out what it can do, and what it COULD do if you had ___________. from there, start filling in the blanks.
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So my words of caution are to try not fall into the "Jeep Envy" trap. Your Jeep is cool "as is" and you may find yourself trying to dump money into it trying to keep up with fellow Jeepers on the internet and in town who have blown wads of cash/credit on theirs. (Lots of $8000 Jeeps out there with $20,000+ in goodies...LOL)

Focus on doing things to keep it reliable and maintained instead of spending money on it trying to impress others...or you won't have any money left to take chicks out on dates.
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Im 16, just bedlined the interior (pretty challenging). Gotta say having a jeep for a first vehicle is good enough, but urs sounds amazing :O mines a 98 with 150k on the clock.
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Like these guys have said choose things based on need or truly want.
I put seat covers on cause the stock seats stain.
I put windsheild lights on be cause I like to shine deer in the fall.
I upgraded speakers cause I love music and wanted to hear it hahaha
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Here's my bit of advice - - stay on top of all the maintenance items - - change the oil and filter regularly. Wash it weekly, as dirt and raod "stuff" has a way of causing more problems.

Go ahead and drop and chage your other fluids - that way you'll know when they were all changed and what quality of fluids were used.

This way you'll learn the "in's and out's" of your Jeep. Once you are comfortable THEN decide "IF" and "WHAT" modifications to attempt and complete.

As they said above -a Jeep is already a cool vehicle stock - and only change it to meet your "NEEDS" - just remember larger tires, and lifts usually mean lower gas mileage

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just remember larger tires, and lifts usually mean lower gas mileage
I would also like to add to is that big tires and lift also leads to "chasing the next thing". It may not make sense now, but it will if/when you take that leap.
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I would also like to add to is that big tires and lift also leads to "chasing the next thing". It may not make sense now, but it will if/when you take that leap.
So true, so true....

First off, you have a 4 cyl., don't get any ideas of huge tires. I think 31" or 32" is the max without running into major issues. Not sure, there are threads on here discussing it.
A good idea would be to spend some time on here reading before you make any moves on mods. Use "search" and just cruise though the other post.
I pulled the trigger on a few things when I first bought my Jeep that I would have done differently had I spent more time reading these post before buying.

And congratulations.
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my advice go for functionality. I want a lift kit and big tires sooooo bad but the gas is already bad and quite frankly I have to TRY to get stuck, I just don't need it right now. Save up for the functional stuff. I want my jeep to look better but looks are nothing to anyone but yourself and after a while it won't matter to you lol. Save the money and buy the stuff you NEED. example: instead of the lift and tires I bought a winch cheap winch for that "just in case", I bedlined the jeep myself (saved 400 bucks but spent about 200 sooo.....) a new cheap bumper looks nice (nates4x4.com sells the one I bought. I got all bells and whistles for 278 free shipping. Make sure you call him personally to get him to ship your stuff out in a few weeks.), I'm currently saving up for skid plates so I don't have to pay money for any serious broken parts Pay little now save a lot later is the way to go. Have fun with it just don't go crazy cause dude this has emptied my wallet on more then one occasion. It's a bitter sweet feeling lol
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graduate first then think about what your wanting to do.
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First mod - trail ride as it sits right now. Figure out what it can do, and what it COULD do if you had ___________. from there, start filling in the blanks.
I fill the blank in with "a female". It probably couldn't do anymore but you'd sure as hell try!
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I would also like to add to is that big tires and lift also leads to "chasing the next thing".
Isn't that the truth


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A good idea would be to spend some time on here reading before you make any moves on mods. Use "search" and just cruise though the other post.
I pulled the trigger on a few things when I first bought my Jeep that I would have done differently had I spent more time reading these post before buying.

And congratulations.
I did the same thing, instead of ordering 31s I ordered what the po had on it which was 235/75r15 (29s) and have been kicking my self ever since
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Hey take some advice from a fellow 16 year old. I started with a stock 06 lj rubi. And well I fell into the JEEP problem just empty every pocket. Spent my saving and got a real job with odd jobs on the side. Hey I think it was worth but it my car. Do what you like. Leave it stock or get 2 jobs its up to you. Just don't let school slide don't work for your Jeep ,job all money from job goes to Jeep, and let your school fall. Its up to you do what you want.
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i would suggest you modify based on your needs. if you need clearance to run 33" tires, then modify accordingly. if you don't take it off road, leave it alone. it's all in what you want to do with it. what do you plan on using it for?
Right now its just a daily driver, I haven't had a chance to take it off road. I live in TN so I'm sure my buds will talk me into it before long. :rednecks: I do plan on taking it out eventually, ibut for. Now its doing everything I need it to.
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So my words of caution are to try not fall into the "Jeep Envy" trap. Your Jeep is cool "as is" and you may find yourself trying to dump money into it trying to keep up with fellow Jeepers on the internet and in town who have blown wads of cash/credit on theirs. (Lots of $8000 Jeeps out there with $20,000+ in goodies...LOL)

Focus on doing things to keep it reliable and maintained instead of spending money on it trying to impress others...or you won't have any money left to take chicks out on dates.
Thanks, this is the kind of advice I'm looking for before I even think about spending serious $.
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Im 16, just bedlined the interior (pretty challenging). Gotta say having a jeep for a first vehicle is good enough, but urs sounds amazing :O mines a 98 with 150k on the clock.
That's one thing I do plan on doing because the interior is scratched to you-know-what. And I know, I count my blessings. I have my dad to thank for it because he wanted to get me one that I could drive until I'm at least through with college.
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So true, so true....

First off, you have a 4 cyl., don't get any ideas of huge tires. I think 31" or 32" is the max without running into major issues. Not sure, there are threads on here discussing it.
A good idea would be to spend some time on here reading before you make any moves on mods. Use "search" and just cruise though the other post.
I pulled the trigger on a few things when I first bought my Jeep that I would have done differently had I spent more time reading these post before buying.

And congratulations.
Thanks, we actually got the jeep when I was still 14, my dad was on the hunt because he wanted low miles, and a 4 cylinder to save on gas since he's paying, and he knew it would take a while so he started looking early.

The only thing I have to say about the 4 cyl. is that I don't have to worry about speeding that much on the interstate lol. And I don't want huge tires, I was already considering 31's. My dad had a scrambler when he was in his 20s-30s(he's 50 now) and he's constantly warning me about the high rollover risk. And he has flat told me he won't let me lift it, at least not anytime soon.

I've already learned a lot just poking in around the forum, but I just got around to registering, and figured id ask some personal advice because there doesn't seem to be THAT many 4 cyl.s around.
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my advice go for functionality. I want a lift kit and big tires sooooo bad but the gas is already bad and quite frankly I have to TRY to get stuck, I just don't need it right now. Save up for the functional stuff. I want my jeep to look better but looks are nothing to anyone but yourself and after a while it won't matter to you lol. Save the money and buy the stuff you NEED. example: instead of the lift and tires I bought a winch cheap winch for that "just in case", I bedlined the jeep myself (saved 400 bucks but spent about 200 sooo.....) a new cheap bumper looks nice (nates4x4.com sells the one I bought. I got all bells and whistles for 278 free shipping. Make sure you call him personally to get him to ship your stuff out in a few weeks.), I'm currently saving up for skid plates so I don't have to pay money for any serious broken parts Pay little now save a lot later is the way to go. Have fun with it just don't go crazy cause dude this has emptied my wallet on more then one occasion. It's a bitter sweet feeling lol
I appreciate the advice, and I'll check him out. I already have an idea on a few things, and the first big changes I def wanna make are new bumpers to replace the stocks, and new wheels to replace the factory chrome. They throw the color scheme so bad, it goes black and yellow black and yellow, chrome. Its killing me.

Another thing I'm witnessing is the pros and cons of the yellow. While it needs some work to make it a little more manly, any chicks that have seen it/rode in it love it, and that's where it really counts right? :grin:
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graduate first then think about what your wanting to do.
My priorities start with school, but since I drive it to school everyday, it reminds about all I want to do. And I don't have a job, nor do I have any desire to get one since my dads paying everything as long as I get straight a's. Anything that I decide I want to start looking for, say new bumpers, I have to pitch to him and he'll let me know the answer right there, either no or probably not lol.
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Thanks, we actually got the jeep when I was still 14, my dad was on the hunt because he wanted low miles, and a 4 cylinder to save on gas since he's paying, and he knew it would take a while so he started looking early.

The only thing I have to say about the 4 cyl. is that I don't have to worry about speeding that much on the interstate lol. And I don't want huge tires, I was already considering 31's. My dad had a scrambler when he was in his 20s-30s(he's 50 now) and he's constantly warning me about the high rollover risk. And he has flat told me he won't let me lift it, at least not anytime soon.

I've already learned a lot just poking in around the forum, but I just got around to registering, and figured id ask some personal advice because there doesn't seem to be THAT many 4 cyl.s around.
Well at least you are level headed. lol
A good set of 31's would be nice. Personally I have Goodyear Duratracs. Duratracs are a very good all around tire. They do great on the street, in the rain, snow and light off road. I have actually driven through some pretty bad mud and have yet to get stuck bad enough that I would require assistance getting out. They are also quiet on the highway, ride smooth and are lighter than most other tires of their size.
And they look pretty good. I have 33".


As for lifts... I have 3" lift on mine and with the wider stance of the tires and rims the stability feels equal to or better than stock. The key is to not only go higher but to go wider to compensate for the higher center of gravity. For myself, 3 inches is the max. I am happy and have no plans to go taller. I test drove one with a 5" lift on it and it felt like I was risking my life every time I made a turn. My Jeep is a daily driver and therefore it has to ride like one.

Anyway....... why don't you post a picture of this thing so we can see what your working with?
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I appreciate the advice, and I'll check him out. I already have an idea on a few things, and the first big changes I def wanna make are new bumpers to replace the stocks, and new wheels to replace the factory chrome. They throw the color scheme so bad, it goes black and yellow black and yellow, chrome. Its killing me.

Another thing I'm witnessing is the pros and cons of the yellow. While it needs some work to make it a little more manly, any chicks that have seen it/rode in it love it, and that's where it really counts right? :grin:
I already recommended Duratracs for tires, but I saw what you said here about the chrome rims.... You have a couple of options. It is possible to paint what you have black (not sure how long or well it will hold up, but it can be done), next cheapest option would be a set of black steel rims. I paid $300 for a set of 5 and I love them.

May I ask why you are set on losing the factory bumpers?

Oh, and congratulations on getting yellow. That's what I wanted but couldn't find.
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I already recommended Duratracs for tires, but I saw what you said here about the chrome rims.... You have a couple of options. It is possible to paint what you have black (not sure how long or well it will hold up, but it can be done), next cheapest option would be a set of black steel rims. I paid $300 for a set of 5 and I love them.

May I ask why you are set on losing the factory bumpers?

Oh, and congratulations on getting yellow. That's what I wanted but couldn't find.
Well, there isn't a set in stone reason I want to lose the factory bumpers, I'm just not too fond of them. They've already faded and rusted, I put a coat of this stuff called Forever Black on them and the fenders, and it made them look a little better, but not fantastic. And the first thing that this forum told me was to remove the water wings or whatever it called them, so I did. Plus new ones were one of the things my dad said he would do, maybe as a christmas/birthday type deal.

I like the way those duratracs look, and they're the exact type of tire I'm looking for. Something all-around that still has that beefy look. Did you get them in person or order them?
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The rear seat cover, the soundbar, and the red decals on the sides are all presents from the last owner, as well as a hitch reciever cargo rack. There were 3 decals on the back, 1 was on the rear window of the soft top and the other two were on the tailgate. 2 of the 3 rear ones I can tolerate, but there was one that was so stupid that I got rid of it as fast as I could and put a quadratec sticker that they gave us with an order to cover the mess up for now. He also had gotten a set of anti theft lugs where you have to have an adapter to take them off.

Everything else me and my dad put in. The shift knob was my 16th birthday present because we lost the cap to the last one, and it was the only thing I've asked for so far. The rest my dad got because he thought I needed it like the molly gear seat covers (there's also a molly gear cover on the inside of the tailgate), the quadratec floormats, and the kc lights.

In reality, the next thing to be changed will be an aftermarket radio, 1 so that I don't have to keep buying cds, I can just plug my phone up, and 2 because of when it wouldn't eject the cd that was in it a few months ago, and I had to get it out by pushing another cd in and working it for a few minutes. And now it'll randomly start skipping really bad on a perfectly fine cd. And we may do some speaker upgrades, because I love music.

I also plan on getting a cold air intake down the road.

It has hard half doors and the black factory soft top. The po actually pulled the tab off the right rear window in cold weather, so we had to drill a small hole in the metal zipper head and put a key ring through it just so we could take the top off. I do have a bikini top that I haven't put on because I haven't felt like it. So far we've probably put around 5-7 hundred dollars in accessories over the past few years.
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Oh and I forgot about the lock box console, that was the first thing my dad got.
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This is just a pic of me screwin around on a little trail behind my house. I can take my dirtbike a ways on past that, but that was the limit for my jeep.

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And these are from when I was cleaning it out this summer. That was how the bumper looked before I put that Forever Black on it.

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i bought mine when i was 16, had it for over a year now and im 17.. i work 10hr days for my dad the past 2 summers and also some during the weekends and what not. ive made around 7k and ive put 6k in my jeep.... DONT DO THAT! save your damn money! haha
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ive made around 7k and ive put 6k in my jeep.... DONT DO THAT! save your damn money! haha
What is this save thing you speak of!?

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